NEW YORK – General Motors Corp.’s Ft. Wayne, IN, plant is stepping up production of fullsize hybrid pickups, as it looks to reach a targeted 500 units for use in a limited commercial-fleet demonstration. Gary White, vehicle line executive-fullsize trucks, says there are already about 150 units in operation. Chevrolet Silverado Production will start this fall to expand availability of the mild hybrid Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra pickups in ’05, as it targets ...

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